Swami Saradananda has been busy preparing a series of short videos that will teach you about the practice of mudras, delving into some of the specific positions, and including practical exercises to increase flexibility in your hands and fingers.
Sound is a fundamental part of who we are. Our brains have evolved to respond to different sounds in certain ways – while a scream might send a surge of adrenaline into our system, the soothing rhythm of a lullaby has a relaxing effect on our body and mind and encourages us to sleep. We respond to sound not only with our consciousness, but also with our physical selves. We have been sharing Lyz Cooper’s sound healing exercises and awakenings sounds, inviting you to pay attention to the sounds that surrounds you, and the emotions they trigger.
We have been working with Tamara Russell to find the best way to incorporate some mindfulness exercises in your #14days practice. How does your mind react to the challenge of learning a new movement? Is this a reaction you see elsewhere in your life at all? Like Tamara Russell’s cup of tea and paintbrush, we shared Tamara’s mindfulness exercises that can be fitted into your daily routine.